If Africans in Diaspora are the last hope for the sustainable development of Africa, then it is imperative that we begin now to groom those future leaders so they can be ready to change the world around them. ADGG is committed to developing Youth Leaders comprising of our young children under the age of 30, drawn from Junior High Schoolers to College campuses, including young adult professionals who may have recently graduated from college.
The purpose and intent of The League of ADGG Youths is to early identify, organize, and engage African Diaspora young people in the fight for civil rights, racial injustice, gender equality, voting rights, volunteerism, investments, and understanding of the myriad of other problems faced by the Black race and other racial and ethnic minorities; including learning to protect their African heritage and promote harmonious co-existence with other racial groups and ethnic minorities.
ADGG recognizes that students and youth activists have always been at the forefront of most social movements- from student protests in Soweto & Johannesburg to student rallies at UCLA & Howard University to Arab Spring uprising to present-day Black Live Matter movement. Therefore, we plan to accomplish youth development goals through coaching, mentoring, cultural education, internships, seminars/webinars, social networking and development of effective youth leaders.
ADGG want our young people to have powerful voices in order to become global citizens, and for youth voices to be heard- loud and clear!
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African Diaspora for Good Governance
501c4 Political Advocacy Branch